The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $144,840,419Details
International Box Office $206,200,000
Worldwide Box Office $351,040,419
Home Market Performance
Domestic DVD Sales $26,650,446 Details
Domestic Blu-ray Sales $16,455,857 Details
Total Domestic Video Sales $43,106,303
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  7. Trailer

Synopsis

Would-be writer Nick Carraway leaves the Midwest and comes to New York City in the spring of 1922, an era of loosening morals, glittering jazz, bootleg kings, and sky-rocketing stocks. Chasing his own American Dream, Nick lands next door to a mysterious, party-giving millionaire, Jay Gatsby, and across the bay from his cousin, Daisy, and her philandering, blue-blooded husband, Tom Buchanan. It is thus that Nick is drawn into the captivating world of the super rich, their illusions, loves and deceits. As Nick bears witness, within and without of the world he inhabits, he pens a tale of impossible love, incorruptible dreams and high-octane tragedy.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics RottenAudience Upright
Critics
48% - Rotten
Audience
68% - Upright

Movie Details

Production Budget:$190,000,000
Domestic Releases: May 10th, 2013 (Wide) by Warner Bros.
Video Release: August 27th, 2013 by Warner Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some violent images, sexual content, smoking, partying and brief language.
(Rating bulletin 2268, 4/17/2013)
Keywords: World War I, Ensemble, Relationships Gone Wrong, Unrequited Love, Costume Drama, Romance, Wall Street, Returning Soldiers, 3-D, Intentionally Anachronistic
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Genre:Drama
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Warner Bros., Village Roadshow Productions, A&E Indiefilms, Bazmark, Red Wagon Entertainment

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for August 27th, 2013

It's a terrible week on the home market. There's not a lot in terms of top sellers, although The Great Gatsby should lead the way. The only first-run release is Pain and Gain, which will likely not sell a lot on the home market. There are a few TV on DVD releases to fill in the gaps, like The Walking Dead or Elementary; however, by the end of the first page of new releases on Amazon.com, we run into filler. As for Pick of the Week, the best is The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh on Blu-ray Combo Pack. I'm still waiting for the screener, but it is such a good movie and it is slow week that it is still Pick of the Week. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Furious Start Helps Set Records

Memorial Day long weekend has come and gone and it was a boon to the box office numbers. Not only did Fast and Furious 6 reach the high end of predictions, as did Epic. On the other hand, The Hangover III struggled. The positives overrode the negatives by a large margin and the overall box office rose to $254.37 million, which is a new record for a three-day Memorial Day weekend. Adding in Monday, and the box office made $313.18 million. The three-day portion of the weekend rose 65% compared to last weekend and 67% compared to last year. This weekend earned more than $100 million more than the same weekend in 2012. That is something that usually only happens when there's a misalignment in holiday weekends. If you add in Monday, 2013's Memorial Day long weekend earned 63% more than the Memorial Day long weekend from 2012. Granted, 2013 is still far behind 2012, but this is great news. Hopefully it will keep up for a while. More...

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It's the Memorial Day long weekend and there are three new films looking to take advantage of the holiday, plus a number of holdovers that will likely still bring in a lot of money. Fast and Furious 6 is leading the way in terms of box office potential and many think it will crack $100 million over four days; some think it will crack $100 million over three days. The Hangover III debuted on Thursday, which will give it a jump on the competition, but soften its weekend numbers. Finally, there's Epic, a family film that seems like a sure hit, except there is a lot of competition this weekend. Star Trek into Darkness, Iron Man 3, and The Great Gatsby are all still doing well and should provide some competition for the three new releases. All combined, those six films should make as much as the entire box office did last year and 2013 will start to close the gap with 2012. More...

Weekend Wrap-Up: Star Trek Has A Dim Launch

There was some bad news this weekend, mostly at the top. Star Trek into Darkness did open in first place with a very healthy 4-day total, but it opened below its predecessor and not a lot of people were predicting that. The overall box office fell 2.8% from last weekend to $154 million. On the other hand, this was 7.8% higher than the same weekend last year, which is great news, as 2013 has really struggled in the year-over-year comparison. It's going to take a lot more than one good weekend to turn things around. More...

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The second big summer release comes out this week, Star Trek into Darkness. The film has already opened internationally and has proven to be a bigger hit than its predecessor was, which is good news for its opening weekend. Iron Man 3 will likely take a pretty big hit due to the direct competition, while The Great Gatsby is a bit of a wild card. This weekend last year there were three wide releases, but the best of them was Battleship, which only made $25.53 million during its opening weekend, while all three new releases made a total of $53 million. Star Trek into Darkness should easily make more than that combined. However, The Avengers still dominated the chart last year and it will be that film that will be the biggest challenge in the year-over-year competition. More...

Per Theater Chart: Iron Man Has a Story to Tell

Iron Man 3 again earned first place on the Per Theater Chart, but this time it was closer with an average of $17,053. The second best film on the per theater chart was the second best film on the overall chart, The Great Gatsby, which earned an average of $14,168. The best limited release was Stories We Tell with an average of $13,527 in two theaters. It had previously opened in Canada, where it made $360,000. One Track Heart: The Story of Krishna Das earned $11,515 in one theater. More...

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Iron Man 3 remained on top of the chart, as expected, but the big news of the weekend was The Great Gatsby. The film opened with more than $50 million, which is twice as much as some analysts were expecting and about 50% more than the average. Does this mean 2013 ended its losing streak? Nope. Iron Man 3 missed expectations by a couple of million dollars, while Peeples bombed utterly. This left the overall box office down 27% from last weekend to $158 million. This is 7.5% lower than the same weekend last year. Hopefully Star Trek into Darkness will help end this losing streak next weekend. More...

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Daily Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/05/10 2 $19,412,782   3,535 $5,492   $19,412,782 1
2013/05/11 2 $17,657,569 -9% 3,535 $4,995   $37,070,351 2
2013/05/12 2 $13,014,833 -26% 3,535 $3,682   $50,085,184 3
2013/05/13 2 $4,363,167 -66% 3,535 $1,234   $54,448,351 4
2013/05/14 2 $4,957,085 +14% 3,535 $1,402   $59,405,436 5
2013/05/15 1 $3,910,118 -21% 3,535 $1,106   $63,315,554 6
2013/05/16 2 $3,428,050 -12% 3,535 $970   $66,743,604 7
2013/05/17 3 $7,616,274 +122% 3,550 $2,145   $74,359,878 8
2013/05/18 3 $9,455,574 +24% 3,550 $2,664   $83,815,452 9
2013/05/19 3 $6,867,380 -27% 3,550 $1,934   $90,682,832 10
2013/05/20 3 $2,716,077 -60% 3,550 $765   $93,398,909 11
2013/05/21 2 $2,858,180 +5% 3,550 $805   $96,257,089 12
2013/05/22 2 $2,311,274 -19% 3,550 $651   $98,568,363 13
2013/05/23 4 $2,158,528 -7% 3,550 $608   $100,726,891 14
2013/05/24 6 $3,934,686 +82% 3,090 $1,273   $104,661,577 15
2013/05/25 6 $5,099,551 +30% 3,090 $1,650   $109,761,128 16
2013/05/26 6 $4,509,046 -12% 3,090 $1,459   $114,270,174 17
2013/05/27 6 $3,484,035 -23% 3,090 $1,128   $117,754,209 18
2013/05/28 5 $1,632,255 -53% 3,090 $528   $119,386,464 19
2013/05/29 5 $1,381,111 -15% 3,090 $447   $120,767,575 20
2013/05/30 5 $1,223,317 -11% 3,090 $396   $121,990,892 21
2013/05/31 8 $1,962,736 +60% 2,635 $745   $123,953,628 22
2013/06/01 8 $2,632,026 +34% 2,635 $999   $126,585,654 23
2013/06/02 8 $1,922,555 -27% 2,635 $730   $128,508,209 24
2013/06/03 7 $807,367 -58% 2,635 $306   $129,315,576 25
2013/06/04 7 $947,444 +17% 2,635 $360   $130,263,020 26
2013/06/05 7 $838,084 -12% 2,635 $318   $131,101,104 27
2013/06/06 8 $844,014 +1% 2,635 $320   $131,945,118 28
2013/06/07 10 $1,357,275 +61% 2,160 $628   $133,302,393 29
2013/06/08 10 $1,744,401 +29% 2,160 $808   $135,046,794 30
2013/06/09 10 $1,120,733 -36% 2,160 $519   $136,167,527 31
2013/06/10 10 $603,184 -46% 2,160 $279   $136,770,711 32
2013/06/11 10 $603,267 n/c 2,160 $279   $137,373,978 33
2013/06/12 11 $474,453 -21% 2,160 $220   $137,848,431 34
2013/06/13 12 $455,110 -4% 2,160 $211   $138,303,541 35
2013/06/14 - $535,897 +18% 2,160 $248   $138,839,438 36
2013/06/15 - $661,725 +23% 2,160 $306   $139,501,163 37
2013/06/16 - $476,711 -28% 2,160 $221   $139,977,874 38
2013/06/17 - $251,248 -47% 2,160 $116   $140,229,122 39
2013/06/18 - $297,486 +18% 2,160 $138   $140,526,608 40
2013/06/19 - $259,442 -13% 2,160 $120   $140,786,050 41
2013/06/20 - $212,053 -18% 2,160 $98   $140,998,103 42
2013/06/21 - $163,862 -23% 362 $453   $141,161,965 43
2013/06/22 - $241,393 +47% 362 $667   $141,403,358 44
2013/06/23 - $197,155 -18% 362 $545   $141,600,513 45
2013/06/24 - $89,243 -55% 362 $247   $141,689,756 46
2013/06/25 - $106,451 +19% 362 $294   $141,796,207 47
2013/06/26 - $98,124 -8% 362 $271   $141,894,331 48
2013/06/27 - $94,345 -4% 362 $261   $141,988,676 49
2013/06/28 - $110,673 +17% 255 $434   $142,099,349 50
2013/06/29 - $153,053 +38% 255 $600   $142,252,402 51
2013/06/30 - $123,665 -19% 255 $485   $142,376,067 52
2013/07/01 - $67,297 -46% 255 $264   $142,443,364 53
2013/07/02 - $62,586 -7% 255 $245   $142,505,950 54
2013/07/03 - $51,530 -18% 185 $279   $142,557,480 55
2013/07/04 - $66,138 +28% 185 $358   $142,623,618 56
2013/07/05 - $92,682 +40% 185 $501   $142,716,300 57
2013/07/06 - $109,679 +18% 185 $593   $142,825,979 58
2013/07/07 - $81,925 -25% 185 $443   $142,907,904 59
2013/07/08 - $33,504 -59% 185 $181   $142,941,408 60
2013/07/09 - $39,509 +18% 185 $214   $142,980,917 61
2013/07/10 - $34,372 -13% 185 $186   $143,015,289 62
2013/07/11 - $35,190 +2% 185 $190   $143,050,479 63
2013/07/12 - $48,270 +37% 125 $386   $143,098,749 64
2013/07/13 - $65,842 +36% 125 $527   $143,164,591 65
2013/07/14 - $54,185 -18% 125 $433   $143,218,776 66
2013/07/15 - $24,950 -54% 125 $200   $143,243,726 67
2013/07/16 - $32,985 +32% 125 $264   $143,276,711 68
2013/07/17 - $26,367 -20% 125 $211   $143,303,078 69
2013/07/18 - $26,876 +2% 125 $215   $143,329,954 70
2013/07/19 - $101,439 +277% 302 $336   $143,431,393 71
2013/07/20 - $130,614 +29% 302 $432   $143,562,007 72
2013/07/21 - $102,021 -22% 302 $338   $143,664,028 73
2013/07/22 - $51,031 -50% 302 $169   $143,715,059 74
2013/07/23 - $62,960 +23% 302 $208   $143,778,019 75
2013/07/24 - $56,034 -11% 302 $186   $143,834,053 76
2013/07/25 - $54,352 -3% 302 $180   $143,888,405 77
2013/07/26 - $84,211 +55% 271 $311   $143,972,616 78
2013/07/27 - $105,150 +25% 271 $388   $144,077,766 79
2013/07/28 - $77,653 -26% 271 $287   $144,155,419 80
2013/07/29 - $42,709 -45% 271 $158   $144,198,128 81
2013/07/30 - $46,688 +9% 271 $172   $144,244,816 82
2013/07/31 - $44,320 -5% 271 $164   $144,289,136 83
2013/08/01 - $44,365 n/c 271 $164   $144,333,501 84
2013/08/02 - $55,247 +25% 228 $242   $144,388,748 85
2013/08/03 - $71,124 +29% 228 $312   $144,459,872 86
2013/08/04 - $52,343 -26% 228 $230   $144,512,215 87
2013/08/05 - $28,282 -46% 228 $124   $144,540,497 88
2013/08/06 - $28,847 +2% 228 $127   $144,569,344 89
2013/08/07 - $27,619 -4% 228 $121   $144,596,963 90
2013/08/08 - $28,776 +4% 228 $126   $144,625,739 91
2013/08/09 - $25,305 -12% 135 $187   $144,651,044 92
2013/08/10 - $34,717 +37% 135 $257   $144,685,761 93
2013/08/11 - $24,452 -30% 135 $181   $144,710,213 94
2013/08/12 - $13,982 -43% 135 $104   $144,724,195 95
2013/08/13 - $13,253 -5% 135 $98   $144,737,448 96
2013/08/14 - $14,190 +7% 135 $105   $144,751,638 97
2013/08/15 - $14,341 +1% 135 $106   $144,765,979 98
2013/08/16 - $14,722 +3% 88 $167   $144,780,701 99
2013/08/17 - $18,288 +24% 88 $208   $144,798,989 100
2013/08/18 - $13,807 -25% 88 $157   $144,812,796 101
2013/08/19 - $6,581 -52% 88 $75   $144,819,377 102
2013/08/20 - $6,546 -1% 88 $74   $144,825,923 103
2013/08/21 - $6,837 +4% 88 $78   $144,832,760 104
2013/08/22 - $7,659 +12% 88 $87   $144,840,419 105

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/05/10 2 $50,085,184   3,535 $14,168   $50,085,184 3
2013/05/17 3 $23,939,228 -52% 3,550 $6,743   $90,682,832 10
2013/05/24 6 $13,543,283 -43% 3,090 $4,383   $114,270,174 17
2013/05/31 8 $6,517,317 -52% 2,635 $2,473   $128,508,209 24
2013/06/07 10 $4,222,409 -35% 2,160 $1,955   $136,167,527 31
2013/06/14 12 $1,674,333 -60% 2,160 $775   $139,977,874 38
2013/06/21 17 $602,410 -64% 362 $1,664   $141,600,513 45
2013/06/28 18 $387,391 -36% 255 $1,519   $142,376,067 52
2013/07/05 22 $284,286 -27% 185 $1,537   $142,907,904 59
2013/07/12 24 $168,297 -41% 125 $1,346   $143,218,776 66
2013/07/19 23 $334,074 +99% 302 $1,106   $143,664,028 73
2013/07/26 25 $267,014 -20% 271 $985   $144,155,419 80
2013/08/02 31 $178,714 -33% 228 $784   $144,512,215 87
2013/08/09 38 $84,474 -53% 135 $626   $144,710,213 94
2013/08/16 43 $46,817 -45% 88 $532   $144,812,796 101

Weekly US DVD Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/1/20131429,875 429,875$7,647,476$7,647,4761
9/8/20132170,505-60% 600,380$3,067,385$10,714,8612
9/15/2013953,894-68% 654,274$923,204$11,638,0653
9/22/2013546,859-13% 701,133$501,391$12,139,4574
9/29/2013539,577-16% 740,710$677,558$12,817,0155
10/6/20132113,657-65% 754,367$136,433$12,953,4486
10/13/20132216,533+21% 770,900$165,165$13,118,6137
10/27/20132416,171 799,227$161,548$13,401,6009
11/24/20132717,357 845,720$312,252$14,214,33413
12/1/20135554,984+3,097% 1,400,704$9,062,889$23,277,22314

Weekly US Blu-ray Sales

DateRankUnits this Week% ChangeTotal UnitsSpending this WeekTotal SpendingWeeks in Release
9/1/20131331,994 331,994$9,956,500$9,956,5001
9/8/2013287,828-74% 419,822$2,632,212$12,588,7122
9/15/2013522,272-75% 442,094$644,109$13,232,8213
9/22/2013524,033+8% 466,127$489,081$13,721,9024
9/29/2013615,768-34% 481,895$472,877$14,194,7795
10/6/2013146,321-60% 488,217$189,567$14,384,3466
10/20/20131812,887 505,421$385,590$14,899,1348

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Cast

Leonardo DiCaprio    Jay Gatsby
Tobey Maguire    Nick Carraway
Joel Edgerton    Tom Buchanan
Carey Mulligan    Daisy Buchanan
Isla Fisher    Myrtle Wilson
Elizabeth Debicki    Jordan Baker
Jason Clarke    George Wilson
Lisa Adam    Weeping/Singing Woman
Frank Aldridge    Well Dressed Male Witness Wilson's Garage
Amitabh Bachchan    Meyer Wolfshiem
Steve Bisley    Dan Cody
Richard Carter    Herzog
Adelaide Clemens    Catherine
Vince Colosimo    Michaelis
Max Cullen    Owl Eyes
Mal Day    The Boss-Probity Trust
Emmanuel Ekwens    Jazz Player
Eden Falk    Mr. McKee
Emily Foreman    Pammy
Tiger Leacey Wyvill    Pammy
Charlize Skinner    Pammy
Garrett William Fountain    Barman
David Furlong    Walter Chase
Daniel Gill    Police Commissioner
iOTA    Trimalchio the Orchestra Leader
Price Johnson    Singer - Wilson's Garage
Stephen James King    Nelson
Goran D. Kleut    Head Waiter Speakeasy
Kim Knuckey    Senator Gulick
Barrie Laws    Party Guest
Mark Lemon    The Professor
John Maumau    The Boxer
Brendan MacLean    Klipspringer
Callan McAuliffe    Teen Jay Gatsby
Ben McIvor    Clerk-Probity Trust
Hamish Michael    Clerk-Probity Trust
Brian Rooney    Clerk-Probity Trust
Kevin McGlothan    Footman
Nick Meenahan    Train Conductor
Olga Miller    Russian Silent Film Actress
Heather Mitchell    Daisy's Mother
Gus Murray    Teddy Barton
Kate Mulvany    Mrs. McKee
Barry Otto    Benny McClenahan
John O'Connell    Newton Orchid
Corey Blake Owers    Louisville Officer
Tasman Palazzi    Young James Gatz
Brenton Prince    Guard at Gatsby's Gates
Bryan Probets    Gardener
Milan Pulvermacher    Waiter-Hotel Sayre
Alfred Quinten    Party Guest
Ghadir Rajab    Footman
Jake Ryan    Motorcycle
John Sheerin    The Police Captain
Nicholas Simpson    Second Policeman-Wilson's Garage
Kasia Stelmach    Silent Film Star Marlene Moon
Nick Tate    Taxi Driver
Jack Thompson    Dr. Walter Perkins
Kieran Van Bunnik    Rowdie
Sylvana Vandertouw    European Woman
Gemma Ward    Languid Girl
Matthew Whittet    Vladmir Tostoff
Felix Williamson    Henri
Bill Young    Policeman-Wilson's Garage

Production and Technical Credits

Director    Baz Luhrmann
Screenwriter    Baz Luhrmann
Screenwriter    Craig Pearce
Story Creator    F. Scott Fitzgerald
Producer    Baz Luhrmann
Producer    Catherine Martin
Producer    Douglas Wick
Producer    Lucy Fisher
Producer    Catherine Knapman
Executive Producer    Barrie M. Osborne
Executive Producer    Bruce Berman
Executive Producer    Jay Z
Director of Photography    Simon Duggan
Production Designer    Catherine Martin
Editor    Matt Villa
Editor    Jason Ballantine
Editor    Jonathan Redmond
Costume Designer    Catherine Martin
Co-Producer    Anton Monsted
Visual Effects Supervisor    Chris Godfrey
Composer    Craig Armstrong
Executive Music Producer    Anton Monsted
Casting    Ronna Kress
Casting    Nikki Barrett
Unit Production Manager    Alexandra Taussig
Art Director    Damien Drew
Art Director    Michael Turner
Set Decorator    Beverley Dunn
Sound    Guntis Sics
Sound Designer    Wayne Pashley
Supervising Sound Editor    Wayne Pashley
Re-recording Mixer    Steve Maslow
Re-recording Mixer    Phil Heywood
Re-recording Mixer    Wayne Pashley
Visual Effects Producer    Joyce Cox
Stunt Coordinator    Glenn Ruehland
1st Assistant Director    Jennifer Leacey

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